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Man Jailed for Domestic Violence After Threesome with Cousin - Twice

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They say that threesomes are terrible for relationships, and the battered girlfriend of Myrtle Beach resident Terry Antone Jenkins knows this all too well.

On Sunday morning, Jenkins, his girlfriend and her cousin had just engaged in three-way sex when the two women continued pleasuring each other even after Jenkins was done. This infuriated him, and he allegedly grabbed her hair to drag her out of the bedroom, hit her in the face and then kicked her in the gut. According to police, the victim had a scratch on her neck about 3 inches long after the incident.

Jenkins was arrested after the alleged violence, and remained in the Horry County Detention Center for about 12 hours. Upon his release, he allegedly returned to his girlfriend’s home and continued to assault her, hitting her in the chest.

He then stole her car keys and mobile phone and left in her vehicle, according to police reports.

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Officers soon found both the vehicle and Jenkins at Highway 501, and the suspect was arrested for a second time for domestic violence, along with an added charge for use of a vehicle without the owner’s consent.

At the initial arrest, Jenkins denied that he hit or kicked his girlfriend, although he did admit getting angry over the threesome gone sour.

Along with the scratch on her neck, the victim suffered a bruise on her chest after the second alleged beating. Police took photos of the injury to use as evidence against Jenkins.

This is not the first time this year a threesome has incited violence. In January, Valerie Niles of Friendship, Maine, pulled a knife on her neighbors after planning a threesome that never ended up happening.

Nile was charged with criminal threatening and terrorizing, and it’s probably safe to say that sex is now off the table for good.

Sources: WMBF News, Huffington Post